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Mendeleev portrait in a hexagon with Mosaic guidelines Wanted portraits of Mendeleev! We need the help of students, educators and chemical enthusiasts from around the world!. We want to create a Mendeleev mosaic as a companion piece to our Timeline of Elements.The University of Waterloo is organizing another collaborative project! Find out more.

the timeline of elements in order of discovery by decade Timeline of Elements project update: Elements have been assigned to 118 schools from around the world — 26 countries!  Our goal is to have chemistry students join together to create an original and imaginative version of the Timeline of Elements focused on their discovery. 

  1. Feb. 7, 2019Pavle Radovanovic winner of the 2019 CIC Keith Laidler Award

    Professor Pavle Radovanovic has been named the winner of the 2019 Keith Laidler Award, sponsored by the Chemical Institute of Canada’s (CIC) Physical, Theoretical and Computation Chemistry Division.

  2. Jan. 31, 2019Members of the Nazar Group named finalists in the 2018 World Technology AwardsWorld Technology Network

    Postdoctoral fellow Chun Xia, graduate student Chun Yuen Kwok, and University Professor Linda Nazar, were named as one of seven finalists in the Energy category for the the 2018 World Technology (WTN) Awards.

  3. Jan. 31, 2019Linda Nazar awarded the 2019 CIC Medal

    University Professor Linda Nazar has been awarded the highest annual honor by the Chemical Institute of Canada (CIC): the 2019 CIC Medal. According to the CIC website, “the CIC Medal is presented as a mark of distinction and recognition to a person who has made an outstanding contribution to the science of chemistry or chemical engineering in Canada.”

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  1. Feb. 20, 2019Doctoral Seminar: Dan Rickert

    "Developmental studies of ion mobility techniques and its application to solid phase microextraction"

    Location:     C2-278
    Supervisor: J. Pawliszyn/S. Hopkins

  2. Feb. 21, 2019Doctoral Seminar: Emir Nazdrajic

    "Development and Study of the Microfluidic Open Port System for Rapid Analysis"

    Location:    C2-361
    Supervisor: J. Pawliszyn

  3. Feb. 28, 2019Science 3MT Faculty Heat3 Minute Thesis

    Interested in research? Want to learn more about what our Science grad students are working on? Thinking of competing in the 3 Minute Thesis next year?

    Join us to see how the participants use one slide and three minutes to present their research to a public audience.

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